Scene in MLT: Honoring the Class of 2020

Mountlake Terrace High School staff and parents honored the school’s seniors last week as they drove through campus to pick up their caps and gowns. Like all the Edmonds School District high schools, due to COVID-19 Terrace seniors will have a virtual graduation ceremony. Seniors will be videotaped in socially distanced groups receiving their diplomas…

Scene in MLT: Gone fishing

Tuesday marked the first day that recreational freshwater fishing is once again allowed in the state, including Lake Ballinger. The governor last week announced ¬†thereopening of some recreational activities after they were suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Pictured is Monroe, who caught a trout after patiently waiting by the shoreline with her dad, Clark….

Blooms to brighten your day

P and K Gardens, based in Monroe, normally sells its flower at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. With the market closed until further notice, these bright bouquets are being sold in Mountlake Terrace on weekends. They will be open every Friday through Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,¬† 232nd Street Southwest and 56th Avenue West…

On this date in Mountlake Terrace history: Calvary Church demolished

On March 9, 2017, the Calvary Tabernacle Church in Mountlake Terrace at 236th Street Southwest and 56th Avenue West was demolished to make way for a five-story mixed-use apartment complex. The congregation has moved to a different location in Lynnwood. The property sold for $2 million. (Photos by David Carlos)